Elizabeth DuffyThe Pope Makes Time for Autism – Can We?
When religious practice itself is a quality-of-life measure for people with disabilities, Catholic education needs to stretch.
Teaching Nonviolent AtonementOprah, the One Question, and Mimetic Desire
Oprah Winfrey is used to asking the questions, but there is one question that everyone asks Oprah.
Watching GodThe Science and Spirituality of "Interstellar"
The powerful organ chord reflects the dissonant harmony of the film itself—a film that both embraces strict scientific humanism and a transcendent truth beyond it.
Shekhinah CallingSpirituality Versus Superstition
I often have doubts about my practice: What if it's all fake? What if I'm deluding myself? What if I'm making it all up?
Susan & FreedHeartsBiblical Values Christian Colleges Often Forget
Title IX protection of transgender students on college campuses is clashing with Christian colleges' claimed right to religious expression. What to do?
The High CallingLet It Flow Out: An Exclusive Interview with N.T. Wright
When N. T. Wright agreed to lead an intimate retreat at Laity Lodge, we took the opportunity to ask him about honoring God in everyday life and work.
Religion Q&AWhat Does the Bible Teach About Polygamy?
Mormons are correct that there was "polygyny" (one husband, multiple wives) in the Old Testament, though not the "polyandry" (one wife, multiple husbands) that Smith also practiced.
Just One ThingThe First Noble Truth: The Noble Truth of Suffering
What happens inside you when you accept the universal truth of suffering, that everyone suffers?
The FontLosing Our Catholic Youth as We Dither
A disturbingly high proportion of young sometime-Catholics in the U.S. and countries like it are walking away from the faith.
Muslimah Media WatchStability and Sustainability: An Interview with Hawa Abdi
Dr. Abdi, affectionately known by Somalis as Mama Hawa, started a free rural clinic that quickly grew into a 400-bed hospital and eventually a refugee camp.